The Same

Cast: 2f

Staging: Minimal requirements

Amateur rights performance fee: £54 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Published in volume Medicine & The Same: two plays
First Staged:
Corcadorca Theatre Company, Cork, 2017

The Same

By Enda Walsh
Published in volume Medicine & The Same: two plays
  • Best Play, Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards - 2017

Two women called Lisa meet in a psychiatric institution, where each tells their story about moving to a new city and crossing paths with one another.

Enda Walsh's play The Same was first produced by Corcadorca Theatre Company at the Old Cork Prison, Cork, in February 2017, and subsequently as part of the Galway International Arts Festival at Galway Airport in July 2019. It won The Irish Times Irish Theatre Award for Best Play.

The Same is published in the volume Medicine & The Same: two plays.

Press Quotes

'Riveting... an undeniable sense of an event'

Guardian

'A compelling questioning of the provenance of memory'

Irish Times

Cast: 2f

Staging:Minimal requirements

Amateur rights performance fee: £54 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Published in volume Medicine & The Same: two plays

Also by Enda Walsh:

bedbound & misterman: two plays
Medicine & The Same: two plays
Lazarus: The Complete Book and Lyrics
misterman (2001 edition)
The Small Things
Disco Pigs
The Walworth Farce
The New Electric Ballroom
Disco Pigs & Sucking Dublin
Enda Walsh Plays: One
Once: The Musical
Penelope
Enda Walsh Plays: Two
Medicine
Arlington
Misterman
Roald Dahl's The Twits
Ballyturk
Delirium
Chatroom
Kitchen
Sucking Dublin
bedbound
Lynndie's Gotta Gun
How These Desperate Men Talk
The Ginger Ale Boy
Room 303
My Friend Duplicity
A Girl's Bedroom

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